A new poll from Quinnipiac has Trump losing to every Democrat nationally.
Biden over Trump 51-42 (+9)
Sanders over Trump 51-43 (+8)
Warren over Trump 50-43 (+7)
Buttigieg over Trump 48-43 (+5)
It’s worth noting that at the same time in the election cycle Quinnipiac had Hillary over Trump 47-41% and we all know how that went.
If the general election for president were being held today, 51 percent of registered voters say they would vote for Joe Biden, while 42 percent say they would vote for President Trump. When Trump is matched against other Democratic contenders the race remains in single digits:
- Bernie Sanders gets 51 percent, while Trump has 43 percent;
- Elizabeth Warren receives 50 percent and Trump gets 43 percent;
- Michael Bloomberg gets 48 percent to Trump’s 42 percent;
- Pete Buttigieg has 48 percent, while Trump receives 43 percent;
- Amy Klobuchar receives 47 percent, while Trump has 43 percent.
This compares to an October 8 poll, in which Biden beat Trump 51 – 40 percent, Sanders led Trump 49 – 42 percent, and Warren won against Trump 49 – 41 percent.
At this point in the 2016 election cycle, a December 2, 2015 Quinnipiac University national poll found that 47 percent of voters said that they would vote for the eventual Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, while 41 percent said that they would vote for eventual Republican nominee Donald Trump.